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Libs push terror down the agenda

FIFTY SEVEN fulltime police officers have been diverted from combatting terrorism and organised crime to help drive the Liberal Party’s anti-union campaign. AFP Commander Mark Ney underlined the gap … [Read More...]

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VTHC all unions meeting, Melbourne, 30 July 2008

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Wilson’s explosive revelations.

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Abbott’s bright light ignores bigger picture

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